The weight of your sin should lead you back to Christ

We are frequently tempted to censor difficulties, to hide them even from ourselves.  When we do that, we are diverging radically from the way that God acts with us:  every detail is a matter of importance for him.  This kind of censorship is a diabolical act, which is often born of fear of another's judgment, of the fear of losing the positive image that others have of us.  But our stature before Christ has nothing to do with this image, nor can it be measured in terms of the mistakes that we may make or avoid making.  Rather, it is decided by Christ himself and by our belonging to him. - Monsignor Massimo Camisasca

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